APNIC recently ran a capacity building webinar on its number resource Policy Development Process for members of the Asia Pacific Regional At Large Organization (APRALO).
The final meeting in this four-part series (APT PP14-4) took place in Bangkok, Thailand from 18-22 August. The aim of the meetings is to formulate the regional intergovernmental positions on issues to be discussed at the ITU Plenipot in Busan, Republic of Korea from 20 October to 07 November 2014 (PP-14).
APNIC attended and contributed to the discussions at the Australian Internet Governance Forum in Melbourne, Australia.
A friend forwarded me a phishy-looking text message…. perfect timing for a fresh example for my incident response class!
Let me begin with a disclaimer: I cannot write computer code and so do not understand the language(s) I am about to write about.
Yet, like everyone else in the Asia Pacific region, my life is …
APNIC trainers visited Phnom Penh, Cambodia from July 21-23 to conduct a three-day Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Workshop at The Royal University of Phnom Penh.
Another successful workshop has been completed at the Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok with our regular host intERLab.
CrypTech is attacking the fundamental roots of the “trust” problem.
A quick guide to IPv4 transfer within the APNIC region
The Malaysia Network Operators Group (MyNOG) brings together network operators in Malaysia to encourage knowledge sharing, learning and co-operation, and provides a forum to discuss operational issues and technologies of interest.